Canadian Expats In Nicaragua
If you are looking to connect with Canadian expats in Nicaragua, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs Nicaragua written by Canadian bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by Canadian Expats Living in Nicaragua
Stories and views from an international development professional in Granada, Nicaragua. Focused on hikes, eats, journals, and interesting people in their contexts.
- Crazy Parents In Nicaragua
Please experience the ups and downs of expat life with us as we live the simple life in Nicaragua - the land of lakes and volcanoes.
- In Nica Now
We're Gord & Elisha. A Canadian couple who got married on a beach in Costa Rica five and a half years ago. Now we're retired and living in Nicaragua!
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- Expat Interview - Canadian Expats in Pearl Lagoon, Nicaragua
Pat and Debbie Polden wanted to retire early. After looking at their financial picture they soon realized that with no investments and little money in the bank the only option for them would be to...
Latest News Relating to Nicaragua or Canada
- Continuing FATCA chaos impacts long term US expats in Canada
Problems with retaining bank accounts and complying with complicated regulations are hitting hard on all US expats, but those who emigrated to Canada many years ago are experiencing the worst...
- US expats mount legal challenge over Canada FATCA declarations
As the dreaded FATCA financial declaration requirements get under way, angry US expats living in Canada are legally challenging the Canadian government under the Rights and Freedoms...
- Edmonton couple plead with Canada immigration for their adopted baby
Canada’s Immigration and Citizenship bureau is busy racking up the country’s attraction for migrants, but seems to be ignoring the essential humanity that should be a part of their job. An...
- Literacy programme helps immigrant mothers and children in Canada
A new pilot programme, Home Instruction for Pre-School Youngsters, has been designed to make integration into Canadian schools far easier for recently-arrived children between the ages of three and...
- Study shows highly educated Canadian immigrants have problems finding work
A recent study has revealed that new arrivals in Canada with university degrees have less chance of finding suitable jobs than in 1995. The survey, conducted by researchers at the University of...